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Breaking through Barriers to Growth : Expanding the Scope and Scale of Credit with Education in Two Regions

By International Development Agency

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Book Id: WPLBN0000698691
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Title: Breaking through Barriers to Growth : Expanding the Scope and Scale of Credit with Education in Two Regions  
Author: International Development Agency
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
Collections: United Nations Library International Aid and Funding Collection
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Excerpt: Freedom from Hunger delivers technical support to microfinance providers in developing countries for the sustainable integration of microfinance and life-skills training services for very poor women?a methodology known as Credit with Education (CwE). The ...

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS Acronyms.........................................................................................................................................i 1.0 Evaluation Profile Sheet ......................................................................................................1 2.0 Summary of Conclusions and Recommendations ...............................................................2 2.2 Results.............................................................................................................................3 2.3 Conclusions ......................................................................................................................3 2.3.1 Growth.....................................................................................................................3 2.3.2 Partnerships..............................................................................................................4 2.3.3 Technical Assistance ...............................................................................................4 2.3.4 Education.................................................................................................................5 2.4 Recommendations............................................................................................................6 2.4.1 General Recommendations ......................................................................................6 2.4.2 West Africa ..............................................................................................................6 2.4.3 The Philippines ........................................................................................................6 3.0 Program Background ...........................................................................................................6 3.1 Brief History of the Matching Grant Program.................................................................6 3.2 Rationale for the Program................................................................................................7 3.3 Status of Interventions .....................................................................................................8 3.4 What the Program Seeks to Achieve ...............................................................................8 3.5 Principal Partners .............................................................................................................9 3.6 Current Implementation Status ........................................................................................9 3.7 Development Plans for the Second Half of the Matching Grant ...................................10 4.0 Program Effectiveness .......................................................................................................10 4.1 Program Model or Approach.........................................................................................10 4.2 Achievement of Objectives............................................................................................13 4.2.1 Progress toward Objectives ...................................................................................13 4.2.2 Impact of the Matching Grant Program on Target Populations ............................23 4.2.3 Impact on Freedom from Hunger ..........................................................................23 4.3 Cross-cutting Issues .......................................................................................................24 4.3.1 Partnerships............................................................................................................24 4.3.2 New Tools, Guidance or Standards .......................................................................28 4.3.3 Advocacy...............................................................................................................29 4.3.4 Conflict Mitigation/Prevention..............................................................................29 4.3.5 Sustainability and Scale-Up...................................................................................30 4.4 Lessons Learned and Program Recommendations ........................................................30 4.4.1 Lessons Learned ....................................................................................................31 4.4.2 Recommendations..................................................................................................33 5.0 Program Management........................................................................................................35 5.1 Management Approach..................................................................................................35 5.1.1 Overview of Management Structure......................................................................35 5.1.2 Relationship with Partners ...........................................................................................37 5.1.3 Assessment of Management Structure...................................................................39 5.2 Quality and Status of Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) ..........................................40 5.3 Financial Management ..................................................................................................41 5.4 Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) System .................................................................42 5.4.1 Progress Tracking ..................................................................................................42 5.4.2 Status Report..........................................................................................................43 5.4.3 Matching Grant Planning Matrix...........................................................................44 5.4.4 Summary................................................................................................................44 5.5 Information Systems ......................................................................................................44 5.6 Staffing and Supervision................................................................................................44 5.7 PVC Program Management...........................................................................................44 5.8 Program Management Lessons Learned and Recommendations ..................................45 5.8.1 Lessons Learned ....................................................................................................45 5.8.2 Recommendations..................................................................................................45 6.0 Evaluation Methodology ...................................................................................................47 6.1 Evaluation Team............................................................................................................47 6.2 Data Collection and Analysis ........................................................................................47 6.3 Constraints in Methodology ..........................................................................................48 7.0 Conclusions ........................................................................................................................48 Annex A: Strengths and Weaknesses by Objective......................................................................50 Annex B: Achievement of DIP Objectives...................................................................................54 Annex C: Partnership Analysis.....................................................................................................64 Annex D: Mission Schedule .........................................................................................................68 Annex E: Interviews .....................................................................................................................69 Annex F: Documents Reviewed ...................................................................................................70


 

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